Re: Enabling SMP causes boot failure

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On Tue, Oct 24, 2006 at 08:10:39PM -0500, Matt Brei wrote:
> I'm using on a dual Athlon MP 1800+ machine with SMP disabled
> which works just fine.  As soon as I enable SMP in the kernel, I get a
> bunch of errors about nbdX sending on a closed socket, the device
> mapper and the kernel fails with No volume groups found.  If I disable
> Network Block Devices and enable LVM and Device Mapper, the nbd and
> device map errors stop but I still have the volume group error and a
> boot failure.
> Any idea why?

Nope. Please supply more information. Boot log from SMP and non-SMP,
kernel config, distribution, compiler version etc. would be nice. See
REPORTING-BUGS in your kernel source tree.

[running a dual Athlon MP 1800+]

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